The h-2 major histocompatibility complex and the i immune response region. Genetic variation, function, and organization.

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Hereditary Factors:, Physiology:, Serology: Antigen,, Congenic Resistant Lines: A.CA, AKR.M, C3H.NB, B10.A, C3H.OH, B10.A (2R), B10.A (5R), B10.BR, C3H.Q, B10.D2/O, B10.M, LP.RIII, C3H.JK, B10.AKM, B10.P, B10.S, A.SW, B10.A (4R), B10.F, B10.RIII, B6.C(HZ1) B6.C-H-2BA, A.AL, C3H.OL, A.TL, B10.G, B10.T (6R), B10.HTT, B10.HTG, D2.GD, A.TE, B10.S (7R), A.TH, B10.PL, B10.D2 (M504), B10.SM, A.TFR1, A.TRF5, B10.AM, A.QSR1, B10.S (9R), B6.M505, A(M506), Genes: H-2 - Histocompatibility-2, Ir-2 - Immune response-2, Ir-1, Ir, Slp - Sex-limited protein, Ss - Serum serological, tl(A) - Thymus Leukemia, Tla, H(TLA), Strains: A(CAL-A) (A/J), BALB/C, BSVS, C3H, C57BL/6, C57BL/10, DA, DBA/1 (12), DBA/2 (212), H-2I (HTI), H-2G (HTG), I, P, SIMPSON, PL (PLA, PLB), RIII (R3A), SJL, SM, SWR, AQR

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Adv Immunol 1975; 20:125-95.

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